Monday, June 22, 2009

Dance in the Rain


"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain."

By the time June arrives, I am ready for sunshine and heat! More and more I am reminded that June comes with a mix of rain showers and cool days. Maybe if I remember to 'dance in the rain' I won't mind the coolness so much.

If you can't see the raindrops, click on the picture.



10 comments:

  1. We have had so much rain here I almost can't remember what the sun looks like! Day after day after day of rain... The trees, grass, and gardens are bright and green though =) Your "dance in the rain" suggestion is a good one!

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  2. Oh I know the rain drops are there. We have been having them too. Love the quote.

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  3. Thanks for the good advice. We've certainly had plenty of rain to dance in here in Illinois!
    Wet and cold last week, 98 degrees today!
    Keep dancing ~ no matter the weather!
    Danette

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  4. great mosaic of pics
    beautiful yard :)

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  5. I arrive to Washington on Sunday and I keep wondering if all the sunshine has been used up already for the summer. If so I'll just have to do a lot of dancing in the rain :0)

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  6. Beautiful pictures!Gorgeous colors!

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  7. We really need rain in our area, so seeing the rain in your photos was encouraging. Beautiful pictures. Lovely yard and garden.

    And I loved your quote about learning to dance in the rain!

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  8. We've had more than enough rain on the East Coast so it makes me nervous that it's all headed this direction. Hope that the sun shines soon for all of us!

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  9. We had a summer time....a few weeks ago..then rain..now sunshine and cooler today...on our side of Washington...ANY day with SUNSHINE is a blessing..
    Come visit..having my 500th post giveaway...I think their might be somethings you would like to win...
    deby

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  10. Oh my gosh look at your zucchini, Mine has three little leaves. Clarice

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